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Have you noticed the need for a TBLeague neck to be wider to properly fill out the neck hole of a head sculpt? Or have you found your TBLeague body's joints "lock" in a position that does not allow their original full range of articulation? Or have you noticed how TBLeague fails to paint nipples even while advertising its bodies are realistic and accurate? These issues come up all the time, and when they popped up in discussions recently, I tried to provide a visual guide for some simple solutions. You can find them at the links below.



Seamless Neck Stuffing Tutorial



TBLeague Stainless Steel Skeleton and Articulation Guide



Painting TBLeague Nipples Tutorial
 

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Thanks for this GF!
You're very welcome. I hope it is helpful (although I know you are an expert on these bodies) -- and all of this applies equally to to the female action figure bodies too (except I only have a male skeleton and if I used a female body to show nipple painting it would be considered inappropriate and censored).
 
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